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Coda: R.I.P. Internet (says Prince), Big Boi doesn't disappoint, Liz Phair debated

princeBut the Internet can't be dead because YOU'RE ON IT RIGHT NOW!!!! (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Lots of head scratching on Click Track this week. The Purple One, Prince, told the U.K. Guardian that "the Internet's completely over" and we chronicled his history of ridiculousness. Liz Phair returned with a new album and we tried to figure out what point she was trying to make. Ted Leo, retire?!?! Why would he do that? Well, we hope he never hangs up his guitar, but just in case he's looking for other work, we came up with some career opportunities he might be qualified for. Big Boi's new album is going to be on many year-end best-of lists, She & Him played a delightful show at 9:30 Club and I'm sorry if I said mean things about some old rock stars. More positivity next week - see you then!

By David Malitz  |  July 9, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  
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Yep, the internet is dead. The only thing is that all the numbers of sales point to the exact opposite. Physical CD sales down like 30%, while digital sales are up 20%.

Maybe Neilsen is wrong and Prince is right.

Posted by: 20yrskinfan | July 10, 2010 11:13 PM | Report abuse

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